Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann

M, b. 19 July 1840, d. 22 August 1877
Reference=0008.2
     He was born on 19 July 1840 at Münster, Westphalia.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Maximilian Franz Kellermann and Sofie Schengber.

Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann was baptized on 20 July 1840 at St. Ludgeri, Münster. Sponsors: Ferdinand Joanning, Agnes Schenkber.1,5,2,4

Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann immigrated on 28 August 1865 to New York, New York; The correlation in this record may simply be coincidental.

An F. Kellermann, aged 25, was known to have sailed aboard the Hansa from Bremen and Southhampton to New York, arriving on 28 Aug 1865.

Ocupation: Merchant.6

Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann lived in 1871 in Michigan.7

Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann lived in 1874 in Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin.7

Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann was naturalized in 1876 at Dodge County, Wisconsin.8

Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann was a merchant before 21 August 1877 at Juneau.9

Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann died on 22 August 1877 at Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin, at age 37; Alternate Death Date
His obituary in the Beaver Dam Argus lists his date of death as August 22nd, 1877.10,7

Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann was buried at Holy Assumption Cemetery after 22 August 1877 at Clyman, Dodge County, Wisconsin.9

Ferdinand Anton Joseph's obituary was printed on 30 August 1877:
DIED.--In this village, on Wednesday morning, Aug. 22d, at the residence of his brother, Henry, Ferd. Kellerman. Deceased was born in Muenster, Westpalen, July 17th, 1840, and was therefore in his 38th year at the time of his death. He was in the act of rising from his bed when a blood vessel burst, causing death instantly. He had been sick for the past five or six years, first with fever and ague which finally settled on his lungs, causing slow consumption. His death though sudden was hourly expected, and the many friends that he made during his presence here, mourn his loss deeply.10

Citations

  1. [S22] Catholic Church, Ludgerikirche, Munster, Taufen 1836-1859.
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 19 Apr 2001.
  3. [S312] Wisconsin Death Certificate.
  4. [S365] , book 9 - No 28, Birth Documents Münster-St. Ludgeri.
  5. [S150] Münster Archiv.
  6. [S173] Ferdinand Anton Joseph Kellermann, Passenger List.
  7. [S268] Roberta Fosdal, "Roberta correspondences," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, Letter; 24 June 1997.
  8. [S340] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Herzfeld Research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 28 Jul 2003.
  9. [S141] Dodge County Registry of Deeds.
  10. [S183] Beaver Dam Argus.

Francisca Bernardina Sibella Kellermann

F, b. 17 November 1831
Reference=0016.2.2
     She was born on 17 November 1831. She is the daughter of Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann and Gertrud Levermann.

Francisca Bernardina Sibella Kellermann was baptized on 20 November 1831 at Münster, Westphalia.

Francisca Friederica Kellermann

F, b. 1 August 1844
Reference=0016.2.A
     She was born on 1 August 1844. She is the daughter of Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann and Gertrud Levermann.

Francisca Friederica Kellermann was baptized on 4 August 1844 at Münster, Westphalia.

Franz Kellermann

M, b. 19 July 1875, d. 5 January 1958
Reference=008.1.2
     He was born on 19 July 1875 at Münster, Westphalia.1 He was the son of Wilhelm Franz Carl Kellermann and Christina Jülkenbeck.1

Franz Kellermann was a gartendirektor at Neuss, Rheinland, Germany.1

Franz Kellermann married Maria Degenhardt, daughter of Georg Degenhardt and Sophie Pforr, on 12 October 1901 at Kassel, Hesse.1

Franz Kellermann lived in Neuss.2

In 1942 my son asked me to write a history of the Kellermann family.3
He was gathering with the family in 1954.4

Franz Kellermann died on 5 January 1958 at Neuss at age 82.1

Franz Kellermann was buried at Cemetery of Neuss at Nuess.

Family gathering in 1970.4

Children of Franz Kellermann and Maria Degenhardt

Citations

  1. [S40] Adolf Kellermann, "Kellermann-Degenhardt Pedigree."
  2. [S162] "Kellermann, Franz."
  3. [S162] "Kellermann, Franz", 1942.
  4. [S478] Unknown subject unknown record type, unknown repository.

Franz Kellermann

M, b. 14 April 1917, d. 10 April 1944
Reference=0008.1.3.A
     He was born on 14 April 1917 at Neuss, Rheinland, Germany.1 He was the son of Franz Kellermann and Maria Degenhardt.1

Franz Kellermann was a store employee.1

Franz Kellermann married Ilse Morgenstern on 18 July 1941.1

Franz Kellermann died on 10 April 1944 at Greece at age 26.1

Child of Franz Kellermann and Ilse Morgenstern

Citations

  1. [S40] Adolf Kellermann, "Kellermann-Degenhardt Pedigree."

Franz Kellermann

M, b. 27 August 1942
Reference=0008.1.3.6.3
     He was born on 27 August 1942 at Osterode, Lower Saxony.1 He is the son of Wilhelm Kellermann and Henriette Röper.1

Citations

  1. [S40] Adolf Kellermann, "Kellermann-Degenhardt Pedigree."

Franz Alloisius Kellermann

M, b. 8 August 1836
     He was born on 8 August 1836 at Schoneboeck, Westphalia. He is the son of Bernhard Kellermann and Anna Christina Kinneboeck.

Franz Alloisius Kellermann was baptized on 10 August 1836 at Nienberge, Westphalia.

Franz Anton Kellermann

M, b. 27 November 1834
Reference=0016.2.4
     He was born on 27 November 1834. He is the son of Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann and Gertrud Levermann.

Franz Anton Kellermann was baptized on 29 November 1834 at Münster, Westphalia.

Franz Arnold Kellermann

M, b. 7 September 1803, d. 3 January 1807
Reference=0016.4
     He was born on 7 September 1803 at Telgte, Westphalia, Prussia.1 He was the son of Johannes Bernardus Kellermann and Anna Elisabeth Middendorf.

Franz Arnold Kellermann was baptized on 9 September 1803 at Telgte. Sponsors: Franz Arnold Schwartze, Anna Gertrud Funcke; Hebamme: Frau Evens.2

Franz Arnold Kellermann was also known as Frans Arnold.3

Franz Arnold Kellermann died on 3 January 1807 at Telgte at age 3; Consumption (tuberculosis?).4

Franz Arnold Kellermann was buried at an unknown place on 5 January 1807 at Telgte.4

Citations

  1. [S10] Baptism, p. 35a, #31, Telgte Taufen/Heiraten 1797-03.
  2. [S10] Baptism, . 35a, #31, Telgte Taufen/Heiraten 1797-03.
  3. [S10] Baptism, Telgte Taufen/Heiraten 1797-03.
  4. [S11] Telgte Tote 1803-1809.

Franz Joachim Kellermann

M, b. 1 February 1942
Reference=0008.1.3.A.1
     He was born on 1 February 1942 at Herford, North Rhein-Westphalia.1 He is the son of Franz Kellermann and Ilse Morgenstern.1

Franz Joachim Kellermann was a witness when Adolf Kellermann was celebrating his 80th birthday on 27 January 2001.

Citations

  1. [S40] Adolf Kellermann, "Kellermann-Degenhardt Pedigree."

Franziska Kellermann1

F
Reference=008.1.2
     She was the daughter of Wilhelm Franz Carl Kellermann and Christina Jülkenbeck.1

Franziska Kellermann died; Died of consumption at 16.2

Citations

  1. [S162] "Kellermann, Franz."
  2. [S290] Hedwig Küppers, "Hedwig Küppers message," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, 23 Jan 2005.

Gerhard Kellermann1

M, b. circa 1710, d. 3 April 1739
Reference=0128.0
     He was born circa 1710 at Münster, Westphalia.1

Gerhard Kellermann was also known as Gerdt.2

Gerhard Kellermann was a brick-layer master.2

Gerhard Kellermann married Anna Christina Voss, daughter of Johannes Voss and Catharina Horstrup, on 13 June 1730 at Münster, Westphalia.3

Gerhard Kellermann was buried at an unknown place on 3 April 1739 at Münster, Westphalia.4

Gerhard Kellermann died on 3 April 1739 at Wilkinghege, Westphalia.3

Children of Gerhard Kellermann and Anna Christina Voss

Citations

  1. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 12 Dec 2006.
  2. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 25 Jan 2007.
  3. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 05 Jan 2007.
  4. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 27 Jan 2007.
  5. [S150] , Seite 31, Münster Archiv.

Gertrud Kellermann

F, b. 28 May 1907, d. 31 July 1982
Reference=0008.1.3.5
     She was born on 28 May 1907 at Neuss, Rheinland, Germany.1 She was the daughter of Franz Kellermann and Maria Degenhardt.1

Gertrud Kellermann married Hubert Gotzens in August 1942.1

Gertrud Kellermann was a witness when Franz Kellermann was gathering with the family in 1954.2

Gertrud Kellermann was a witness when Adolf Kellermann was gathering with the family in 1970.2

Gertrud Kellermann died on 31 July 1982 at Neuss at age 75.1

Child of Gertrud Kellermann and Hubert Gotzens

Citations

  1. [S40] Adolf Kellermann, "Kellermann-Degenhardt Pedigree."
  2. [S478] Unknown subject unknown record type, unknown repository.

Gertrud Kellermann

F, b. 23 May 1937
Reference=0008.1.3.6.1
     She was born on 23 May 1937 at Lasfelde bei Osterode, Lower Saxony.1 She is the daughter of Wilhelm Kellermann and Henriette Röper.1

Gertrud Kellermann was a witness when Adolf Kellermann was celebrating his 80th birthday on 27 January 2001.

Citations

  1. [S40] Adolf Kellermann, "Kellermann-Degenhardt Pedigree."

Gertrude Kellermann

F, b. 10 August 1888, d. 11 October 1955
Reference=0004.A
     She was born on 10 August 1888 at Marinette, Marinette County, Wisconsin, An alternate birth date of 10 Aug 1889 is given by Leona Kellerman Chesemore in her correspondence.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann and Katharina Luber.

Gertrude Kellermann lived at 803 Currie Street in 1900 in Marinette.2

A conflicting marriage date of 28 Feb 1928 exists.

Gertrude Kellermann married George Newton on 29 April 1928 at Marinette, Marinette County, Wisconsin.3

Gertrude Kellermann was music a teacher at Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.

Gertrude Kellermann died on 11 October 1955 at Marinette at age 67.3

Gertrude Kellermann was buried at an unknown place after 11 October 1955 at Marinette.4

The following obituary appeared in the Marinette Eagle-Star:
     Attack Is Fatal To Mrs. Newton
     Taught Classes In Art For Years
     Mrs. George Newton, 66, the former Gertrude Kellerman, died Tuesday at 11:40 p.m., at the family home, 803 Currie St. Although she had been under a doctor's care, death was unexpected and was attributed to a heart attack.
     Mrs. Newton was well known as an artist and taught art classes in Marinette high School and the Vocational school in recent years. She taught for a number of years in St. Joseph, Mo., Detroit and Mass City, Mich.
     
     She was born in Marinette August 10, 1889 and graduated from St. Mary's Institute of Marinette and St. Mary's Academy at Prairie du Chien. She did graduate work in music and art as Detroit Institute of Art and Music. She married Mr. Newton April 28, 1928 in Our Lady of Lourdes church, of which she was a member. Mrs. Newton was also a member of the Altar Society.
     Surviving with her husband are one daughter, Mrs. Arthur Bice of Marinette, and one brother Harry Kellerman of Watertown. Two sisters preceded her in death. Miss Jane Kellerman died in 1952 and Mrs. Cecilia Kellerman in 1954.
     The Rev. Leo Courtney will officiate at the 9 o'clock requiem mass Friday morning in Lourdes church. Burial will be in Forest Home cemetery. Friends may call at the McClain-Thielen-Langer funeral home from 2 p.m., Thursday until 8;30 a.m., Friday. The Parish and Altar society rosary will be Thursday at 7:30 p.m.4

Child of Gertrude Kellermann and George Newton

Citations

  1. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address.
  2. [S177] 1900 Census record.
  3. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  4. [S131] Marinette Eagle-Star.

Harold Kellermann

M, b. 23 January 1941
Reference=0008.1.3.1.5
     He was born on 23 January 1941 at Osterode, Lower Saxony.1 He is the son of Rudolf Kellermann and Maria Gebhardt.1

Citations

  1. [S40] Adolf Kellermann, "Kellermann-Degenhardt Pedigree."

Hedda Kellermann

F, b. 14 March 1959
Reference=0008.1.3.B.2
     She was born on 14 March 1959 at Neuss, Rheinland, Germany.1 She is the daughter of Adolf Kellermann and Alice Böthin.1

Hedda Kellermann married Peter Stausberg.2

Hedda Kellermann was a witness when Adolf Kellermann was celebrating his 80th birthday on 27 January 2001.

Children of Hedda Kellermann and Peter Stausberg

Citations

  1. [S40] Adolf Kellermann, "Kellermann-Degenhardt Pedigree."
  2. [S355] Adolph Kellermann prayer card.

Heinrich Bernard Ferdinand Kellermann

M, b. 19 July 1841
Reference=0016.2.8
     He was born on 19 July 1841. He is the son of Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann and Gertrud Levermann.

Heinrich Bernard Ferdinand Kellermann was baptized on 21 July 1841 at Münster, Westphalia.

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann1

M, b. 20 November 1841, d. 4 February 1928
Reference=0008.0
     He was born on 20 November 1841 at Münster, Westphalia, 9 P.M.
An incorrect birthdate of 21 Nov 1844 was listed on the State of Wisconsin death record for Henry Kellerman, and also given by Leona Kellerman in her personal correspondence.2,3,4,5,6,7,8 He was the son of Maximilian Franz Kellermann and Sofie Schengber.9

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann was baptized on 21 November 1841 at St. Ludgeri Catholic Church, Münster, Westphalia. Sponsors: Ferdinand Joanning and Agnes Schenkber. The Bachmann research and the St. Ludgeri documents list the sponsors as Heinrich Bitter and Elisabeth Johanning.10,11,8

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann was also known as Henry Kellerman.12

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann was born on 21 November 1844 Alternate Birth Date as listed on the State of Wisconsin Department of Health - Bureau of Vital Statistics Copy of Death Record. This date is also stated in the notebooks of Anna Molzahn Kellerman.13,14

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann married Katharina Luber, daughter of John Luber and Susanna Schaus, on 21 November 1867 at St. Henry's Church, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin; Witnessed by W. Bernard.15,16,13,17,18

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann emigrated on 10 July 1873; Ship's Name: Silesia
Captain's Name: Hebich
Port of Embarkation: Gibraltar
Mode of Travel: Steerage.19

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann was naturalized in 1876 at Dodge County, Wisconsin.

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann was a saloon keeper Saloon Keeper in 1880 at Oak Grove, Dodge County, Wisconsin.20

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann lived in 1880 in Oak Grove; A young woman, T. Katymiller, was living with the family as a housekeeper in 1880.20

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann was circa 1886 at Marinette, Marinette County, Wisconsin, relocated from Juneau, Wisconsin.2

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann Purchased Land Lots 17 and 18 in Block 12 of Gilbert's first addition to the Village of Marinette

Henry Kellerman purchased the land on which he later built the Kellerman home at 803 Currie Street. He paid $1950 on 19 October 1887 at Marinette.21

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann lived at 803 Currie Street in 1900 in Marinette.22 He witnessed the baptism of Andrew Hertel on 19 March 1903 at St. Henry Church, Watertown, WI.15

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann was a grocer before 4 February 1928 at Marinette.3,13

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann lived at 803 Currie St., 5th ward. before 4 February 1928 in Marinette.3,23

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann died on 4 February 1928 at Marinette at age 86; He died at 8 a.m. of chronic myocarditis and general arteris-sclerosis. Alternate death dates of 2 and 28 Feb 1928 is given by Leona Kellerman Chesemore in her correspondence.2,3,24,6,25,26

Henry Kellerman's obituary was printed in the Marinette Eagle-Star on 4 Feb 1928:
Death Claims Pioneer Man; Henry Kellerman, 87, Retired Business Man of City, succumbs early today
     Death claimed a retired pioneer business man of Marinette this morning at 8 o'clock when Henry Kellerman died at his home, 803 Currie street. Senile debility was the cause of his demise. Mr. Kellerman had been failing quire perceptibly all winter, the family members from away having been summoned here in November by his condition. The end came peacefully, with all the children residing in Marinette at the bedside of their father.
     Born in Germany.
     Mr. Kellerman was born in Munster, Germany, November 21, 1841, hence had reached the venerable age of 87 years. When 21 years old he emigrated to the United States, locating in Watertown, where he was married on is natal anniversary, Nov. 21, 1866 to Katherine Luber of Watertown, later removing to Juneau and coming to Marinette from that place in 1886, engaging in the grocery business, his store having been in Hall avenue. He retired many years ago, since which period he had lived a secluded life, having been a semi-invalid due to rheumatism for years. He was a staunch Democrat and never missed voting at an election in spite of his infirmities. In 1873 Mr. Kellerman returned to his native land, passing four months at his boyhood home.
     Mr. Kellerman was the father of ten children, four sons dying, two after reaching maturity. The survivors are Mrs. Joseph A. J. Lauerman, Marinette; Harry Kellerman, Watertown; Mrs. George E. Cleary, Marinette; Max Kellerman, Escanaba; Jennie Kellerman, city, who was her father's devoted attendant throughout the years of his secluded life and Gertrude Kellerman who teaches music in the schools of Detroit.
     Burial on Tuesday.The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from Our Lady of Lourdes church, with the Very Rev. Dean F. G. Tulley, rector, as the celebrant of the Requiem. Interment will be made in the Kellerman plat in Forest Home cemetery.
     Mr. Kellerman was a long-time member of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin, Branch No. 5 of Marinette.
     The body was taken to the McLain Funeral Home and later will be taken back to the family residence.
     Mrs. Kellerman died in Marinette January 29, 1894. There are twelve grandchildren and three great grandchildren among the survivors. One of the grandchildren, Antoinette Lauerman of this city, is on a world tour, leaving Los Angeles on Thursday for the Orient.2

The following obituary appeared in the Watertown Gazette:
     Died
     Henry Kellermann, a Watertown businessman for over 50 years, died at his home in Marinette, Wis., last Saturday. He was the father of Harry Kellermann of this city, and is kindly remembered by the older residents of Watertown, among them the editor of The Gazette.27

The following obituary was printed in the Marinette Eagle-Star:
     DEATH OF A FORMER RESIDENT
     The Marinette Eagle-Star tells of the death of a former resident, Henry Kellerman, who was born in Munster, Germany, November 21, 1841.
     When 21 years old he emigrated to the United States, locating in Watertown, where he was married on his natal anniversary, November 21, 1866 to Katherine Luber of Watertown, later removing to Juneau and coming to Marinette from that place in 1886, engaging in the grocery business, his store having been in Hall Avenue. He retired many years ago, since which time he had lived a secluded life, having been a semi-invalid due to rheumatism for years. He was a staunch democrat and never missed voting at an election in spite of his infirmities. In 1873 Mr. Kellerman returned to his native land, passing four months at his boyhood home.
     Mr. Kellerman was the father of ten children, four sons dying, two after reaching maturity. The survivors are Mrs. Joseph A. J. Lauerman, Marinette; Harry Kellerman, Watertown; Mrs. George E. Cleary, Marinette; Max Kellerman, Escanaba; Jennie Kellerman, Marinette, who was her fathers devoted attendant during the years of his secluded life, and Gertrude Kellerman, who teaches music in the schools of Detroit.
     Mr. Kellerman was a long-time member of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin, Branch No. 5 of Marinette.
     Mrs. Kellerman died in Marinette January 29, 1894. There are twelve grandchildren and three great-grandchildren among the survivors. One of the grandchildren, Antoinette Lauerman, is on a world tour, leaving Los Angeles on Thursday for the Orient.12

Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann was buried at Forest Home Cemetery on 7 February 1928 at Marinette.2,3,13,28

Children of Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann and Katharina Luber

Citations

  1. [S142] Watertown Weltburger (in German).
  2. [S131] Marinette Eagle-Star, 4 Feb 1928.
  3. [S140] Marinette Registry of Deeds.
  4. [S179] 1900 Marinette County Census Record.
  5. [S221] "Wisconsin Deaths Database", Ancestral File.
  6. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  7. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 10 Feb 2001, 19 Apr 2001.
  8. [S365] , book 9 - No 35, Birth Documents Münster-St. Ludgeri.
  9. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report."
  10. [S150] Münster Archiv.
  11. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 19 Apr 2001.
  12. [S131] Marinette Eagle-Star.
  13. [S178] Wisconsin Vital Records (published).
  14. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."
  15. [S97] Church Records - St. Henry.
  16. [S139] Jefferson County Marriage Registry: Page 129.
  17. [S92] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Luber/Schaus Report", Schaus Report #3.
  18. [S340] Elizabeth Herzfeld, "Herzfeld Research," e-mail to Dana Kellerman.
  19. [S114] Cd ROM, 355, Germans to America: 1850-74.
  20. [S348] 1880 Census, Henry Kellermann household.
  21. [S487] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient.
  22. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address.
  23. [S178] Wisconsin Vital Records (published), Registered No. 5821.
  24. [S178] Wisconsin Vital Records (published), Registered No. 5821.
  25. [S268] Roberta Fosdal, "Roberta correspondences," e-mail to Dana Kellerman, Letter; 24 June 1997.
  26. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research, 19 Apr 2001, 10 Feb 2001.
  27. [S248] "Watertown Gazette", Ancestral File.
  28. [S273] Henry Kellerman Cemetery record.

Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann

M, b. 11 April 1798
Reference=0016.2
     He was born on 11 April 1798 at Telgte, Westphalia, Prussia.1 He was the son of Johannes Bernardus Kellermann and Anna Elisabeth Middendorf.1

Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann was baptized on 11 April 1798 at Telgte. Sponsors: Wilhelm Hasselman, Anna Maria Koch nee Prüschhof.1

Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann was baptized circa 11 April 1798 at Telgte. Sponsors: Wilhelm Hasselmann, Anna Maria Rüschoff; Hegamme: Frau Kock.1

Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann was a baker at Telgte.

Heinrich Wilhelm Kellermann married Gertrud Levermann, daughter of Friederich Levermann, on 23 January 1827 at Münster, Westphalia.

Citations

  1. [S10] Baptism, Telgte Taufen/Heiraten 1797-03.

Henrich Bernard Kellermann

M, b. 4 May 1805, d. 19 May 1805
Reference=0016.5
     He was born on 4 May 1805 at Telgte, Westphalia, Prussia.1,2 He was the son of Johannes Bernardus Kellermann and Anna Elisabeth Middendorf.1

Henrich Bernard Kellermann was baptized on 5 May 1805 at Sankt Clemens Katholisch, Telgte. The baptism was witnessed by Antonetta Molkenbuer and Hennrich Bernhard Wielage.1

Henrich Bernard Kellermann died on 19 May 1805 at Telgte; Convulsions.2

Henrich Bernard Kellermann was buried at an unknown place on 21 May 1805 at Telgte.2

Citations

  1. [S48] , p. 43a, #15, Catholic Church, Telgte, Taufen/Heiraten, 1804-1809.
  2. [S11] Telgte Tote 1803-1809.

Henry Alexander Kellermann

M, b. 4 August 1873, d. 26 November 1963
Reference=0004.0
     He was born on 4 August 1873 at Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann and Katharina Luber.

Henry Alexander Kellermann was baptized on 23 August 1873. Sponsors: Jacob Toussaint and Susanna Luber.5

Henry Alexander Kellermann was also known as Harry Kellermann.4

Henry Alexander Kellermann received First Holy Communion on 21 May 1888 at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Marinette, Marinette County, Wisconsin.6

Henry Alexander Kellermann lived at 412 2nd in 1899 in Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin.7 He was a liquor dealer and clerk between 1899 and 1902 at 8 Main, Watertown.8,7

The following article appeared in the Watertown Daily Times:
     Marriage of Mr. Harry A. Kellermann and Miss Anna Molzahn This Morning - Rev. H. Bens Sends Communication to the Time.
     A very pretty wedding and one which is of particular interest in local German circles took place at St. Henry's Catholic Church this morning at 9 o'clock when Mr. Harry A. Kellermann and Miss Anna Molzahn of this city were united in wedlock. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Joseph La Boule, the bride being given away by her father, Simon Molzahn. The decorations in the church were very pretty and included palms and flowers. The maid of honor was Miss Theckla Kellermann of Marinette, sister of the groom; the bridesmaid was Miss Anna Gruen of this city. Dr. T. F. Shinnick did the honors of best man and Edward Engelhardt, cousin of the bride, was groomsman. The ushers were Messrs. Hugo and Albert Hertel, cousins of the bride. The bride's gown was of ivory white satin duchess trimmed with pattern lace and she carried a shower bouquet of bride roses. The maid of honor and bridesmaid wore gowns of pink crepe de chine with lace trimming and carried bouquets of pink roses.
     At the conclusion of the ceremony a wedding breakfast was partaken of at the home of the bride's parents, 202 North Third street. Covers were laid for forty persons and the dining rooms and tables were handsomely decorated and arranged. Festoons of white and pink streamers hung over the tables, flanked with white carnations on the walls, while huge bouquets of white and pink asters adorned the tables which were presided over by a bevy of ten ladies, prettily attired and cousins of the bride. A reception followed the breakfast which lasted until late in the afternoon when Mr. and Mrs. Kellermann departed for a brief honeymoon in northern Wisconsin.
     Besides a large number of invited guests who attended the reception there were present from out of town Mrs. J. B. Lauermann, Mrs. Theckla Kellermann, Marinette; John Molzahn, Merrill.
     The groom in a popular and well known young man who for several years has been in the employ of J. J. Toussaint & Son. He will enter partnership with his father-in-law and those who know him have only good wishes for his future welfare. The bride is well known here and is a great favorite with her friends. She is bright and amiable in her disposition and possesses those qualities of heart and mind which make up a charming young woman. She enjoys the esteem of all who know her and the good wishes of friends and acquaintances will go with her into the new life she has just entered.
     Mr. and Mrs. Kellermann will reside at 200 North Third Street and will be home to friends October 1.
     
     
     The following article appeared in the Watertown Gazette:
     Married.
     At 9 o'clock Wednesday morning, Sept. 3, 1902, St. Henry's church was the scene of a very pretty wedding, when Rev. Father La Boule united in marriage Harry A. Kellermann and Miss Anna Molzahn, the bride being given away by her father. The church was beautifully decorated in honor of the event, and a large crowd was present. Miss Theckla Kellermann, of Marinette, sister of the groom, was maid of honor, and Miss Anna Gruen, of this city, was bridesmaid, Dr. T. F. Shinnick, was best man, and Edw. Engelhardt, cousin of the bride, was groomsman. Hugo and Albert Hertel, cousins of the bride, were ushers. The gown of the bride was of ivory white satin, trimmed with pattern lace. She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses. The gowns of the maid of honor and bridesmaid were of pink crepe de chien with lace trimmings and carried bouquets of pink roses. A wedding breakfast followed the church services at the home of the bride's parents, Simon Molzahn and wife, 202 North Third street. Covers were laid for 40 persons. Festoons of white and pink streamers hung over the tables, which were flanked with white carnations on the walls. White and pink asters decorated the tables. Ten pretty young maidens, all cousins of the bride, presided at the tables. At the conclusion of the wedding festivities, the bride and groom departed on a wedding trip in the northern part of the state, at the conclusion of which they will return to this city to reside. They will be at home to their friends, 200 North Third street, after October 1st. The groom is one of Watertown's most popular young men, and has been for years employed by J. J. Toussaint & Son, and has hosts of friends here and elsewhere who wish him every good luck in the life he has just entered. On his return to the city he will go into partnership with his father-in-law. His bride is one of Watertown's most charming young ladies, being a great favorite with all who know her, and one who is in every way qualified to preside over a happy home. Being possessed of a sunny and cheerful disposition, all who know her predict that her life for herself and her husband, so far as her efforts are concerned, which will be heartily seconded by her husband, will be one of happiness and congeniality. THE GAZETTE joins their numerous friends in extending hearty congratulations.9

Henry Alexander Kellermann was employed at J. J.Toussaint & Son, Watertown.9

Henry Alexander Kellermann married Anna Molzahn, daughter of Simon August Molzahn and Clara Nümm, on 3 September 1902 at St Henry's Church, Watertown, Jefferson County, Wisconsin. The marriage was witnessed by Hugo Simon Hertel, Joseph Albert Hertel, Theckla Kellermann, Dr. Thomas Shinnick and Edward Simon Engelhart.10,8,11,12,4

Henry Alexander Kellermann lived at 200½ North Third Street between 3 September 1902 and 26 November 1963 in Watertown.13,14,15,16

Henry Alexander Kellermann operated a tavern for many years at 200 N Third Street, Watertown,Harry's wife, Anna Molzahn Kellerman, prepared the food and sent it downstairs in a dumb waiter.

The following announcement was printed in The Watertown Daily Times after 03 Jan 1910:
Welcomed Another Son
     Word comes from Watertown that a fine baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kellerman, Jr., on January 3. Two sons and a daughter now constitute the claimants for parental affection in the Kellerman home at Watertown.9 He and Anna Molzahn were New Tag in 1917 at 57th wedding gift.9

Henry Alexander Kellermann witnessed the burial of Theckla Kellermann on 14 October 1931 at Our Lady of Lourdes, Marinette, Marinette County, Wisconsin.17 He was New Tag The following article appeared in The Watertown Daily Times:
     Harry Kellermans To Observe Golden Wedding Sept. 3
     Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kellerman, 2001/2 North Third Street, well known residents of Watertown, will observe their golden wedding anniversary on Wednesday, Sept. 3.
     The couple will celebrate the event with an open house for relatives and friends at their home starting in the afternoon at 3 o'clock. At 8 a.m., there will be a mass read in St. Henry's Catholic Church in their honor.
     Mr Kellerman and the former Anna Molzahn were married Sept. 3, 1902 in St. Henry's Church. The Rev. Joseph La Boule officiated at the ceremony. Attendants at their wedding were Dr. Thomas Shinnick, Edw. Engelhart, Mrs. George Cleary of Marinette and Mrs. Clem Stacey, Chicago. Mrs. Stacey is the only living attendant and she expects to be in Watertown for the occasion.
     Mr. Kellerman is a native of Marinette, moving to Watertown about 55 years ago. He is a retired Watertown businessman, having operated a business on North Third Street for many years.
     Mrs. Kellerman is a life long resident of Watertown and is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Simon Molzahn.
     Mr. and Mrs. Kellerman are the parents of three children, Edgar and Frank, both of Watertown, and Miss Leona Kellerman of Madison. They have six grandchildren, Dana and John, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kellerman, and Mary, Joeph, James and Robert, children of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kellerman.
     
     The following article also appeared:
     Watertown Fetes The Kellermans
     WATERTOWN - Fr. A J. Herrmann celebrated a high Mass in St. Henry church Wednesday, Sept. 3, for the intenions of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kellerman, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
     Married at St. Henry in 1902, the couple now has three children, Edgar, Frank and Leona, and six grandchildren. Their family, relatives, and friends attended an open house at the Kellerman home during the day. on 2 September 1952 at Watertown Daily Times.9

Harry A. Kellermans to Observe 60th Anniversary

Mr. an Mrs. Harry A. Kellerman 200 1/2 North Third Street, well known Watertown residents, will makr their 60th wedding anniversary on Monday, Sept. 3.
     A mas in their honor will be said in the morning at their home by the Very Rev. Anthony J. Herrman, pastor of St. Henry's Catholic Church. Permission to have the mass in the home was granted due to the fact that Mr. Kellerman's health will not permit him to attend the service in the church. The mass will be attended by members of the family only.
     There will be an open house in the afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. No invitations are being issued. All relatives and friends are invited.
     Mr. Kellerman and the former Anna molzahn of Watertown were united in marriage on Sept. 3, 1902 in St. Henry's Catholic Church. Officiating was the late REv. Joseph La Boule. Only one of the attendants at the wedding is still living. She is Mrs. Clem Stacey of Chicago.
     Mr. and Mrs. Kellerman lived in Juneau and Marinete before moving to Watertown 65 years ago. He is a retired Watertown businessman. Mrs. Kellerman is a lifelong resident of Watertown. He is 89, while she is 84.
     The Kellermans are the parents of two sons, Frank and Edgar, both of Watertown, and one daughter, Mrs. George Chesemore, Madison. They have seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.18 He was 60th Wedding Anniversary

Rev. A. J. Hermann of St. Henry's Church conveyed to them a special papal blessing to help mark their 60 years of married life and they also repeated their vows. on 3 September 1962 at Watertown.13,14,15


Their Anniversary was recognized in the Watertown Daily Times as follows:

Jubilarians Honored

Very Rev. Anthony J. Hermann, pastor of St. Henry's parish, presented Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Kellerman, members of the parish, with and apostolic blessing from Pope John XIII on their 60th wedding anniversary, which they observed recently. Mrs. Frank Kellerman, a daughter-in-law, is in the background.
Father Hermann also said mass in their home because Mr. Kellerman's health would not permit him to go to church. Mr. Kellerman and the former Anna Molzahn of Watertown were married Sept. 3, 1902, by the late Fr. Joseph La Boule at St. Henry's. They have lived in their home at 200 1/2 N. 3rd st. since their marriage.
The Kellermans have two sons, Frank and Edgar of Watertown and a daughter, Mrs. George Chesemore of Madison, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.15


Henry Alexander Kellermann died on 26 November 1963 at Watertown at age 90.1,2,4

Harry Kellerman's obituary was printed in the Watertown Daily Times on November 26, 1963:
Harry A. Kellerman Dies Today at 90; Funeral Service To Be Thursday
     Harry A. Kellerman, 90, one of Watertown's well known and respected residents, died early today at St. Mary's Hospital. Death was due to general informities. His home was 200½ North Third Street.
     Mr. Kellerman, who was a retired businessman, was born in Juneau on Aug. 4, 1873, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kellerman. He had lived in Watertown for 63 years.
     Mr. Kellerman was married to Miss Anna Molzahn at St. Henry's Catholic Church on September 3, 1902. They observed their 60th wedding anniversary last year. There was a special anniversary mass in their apartment on that occasion, celeberated by the Very. Rev. A. J. Hermann of St. Henry's Church. He also conveyed to them at that time a special papal blessing to help mark the occasion of their 60 years of married life and at that time they repeated their marriage vows.
Family Survivors
Surviving Mr. Kellerman are his wife; two sons, Edgar and Frank C. Kellerman, who operate the Kellerman Agency here; a daughter, Mrs. George Chesemore, Madison; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Mr. Kellerman was the last member of his immediate family.
     Mr. KEllerman was a member of St. Henry's Church and the Holy Name Society.
     The funeral will be held on Thursday from the Schmutzler Funeral Home at 9:00 a..m., followed by a requiem mass at the church at 10 a.m., the Rev. David Runde officiating. Interment will be in St. Henry's Cemetery.
     Friends may pay their respects at the funeral home from 3 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday and also Thursday before the funeral.
     The parish and Holy Name rosary vigil will be Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.13 He died after 26 November 1963 as indicated on prayer card.19 Funeral services were held on 28 November 1963 at Watertown.2

Children of Henry Alexander Kellermann and Anna Molzahn

Citations

  1. [S97] , St. Henry's Catholic Cemetery, Church Records - St. Henry.
  2. [S137] Prayer card.
  3. [S178] Wisconsin Vital Records (published), Wisconsin State Board of Health
    Bureau of Vital Statistics
    Certification of Birth Record.
  4. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  5. [S97] , Vol 1, 1853-1889, pg 178, Church Records - St. Henry.
  6. [S152] "Notebook of Anna Molzahn Kellerman,."
  7. [S213] Watertown Directory 1899-1900.
  8. [S139] Jefferson County Marriage Registry: 25 Oct 1902.
  9. [S68] Watertown Daily Times.
  10. [S59] Rosemary Molzahn Fischer, "Fischer FGS", Family Group Record.
  11. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 3 Sep 1902.
  12. [S132] Watertown Gazette.
  13. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 26 Nov 1963.
  14. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 2 Sep 1962.
  15. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 16 Feb 1976.
  16. [S489] 1940 unknown record type, unknown repository address.
  17. [S143] Letter, Cecilia Kellerman Lauerman to Harry Kellerman, 10 Jan 1934.
  18. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 1 Sep 1962.
  19. [S137] Prayer card, Schmutzler Funeral Home, Watertown, Wisconsin.
  20. [S68] Watertown Daily Times, 13 Sep 1999, p. 9.
  21. [S50] Mary Lemminger, "Lemminger Family Record."

Hermann Kellermann

M, b. circa 1 June 1768, d. 17 December 1847
     He was born circa 1 June 1768. He was the son of Johann Hermann Kellermann.

Hermann Kellermann married Antonetta Molkenbuer.

Hermann Kellermann died on 17 December 1847 at Nienberge, Westphalia.

Children of Hermann Kellermann and Antonetta Molkenbuer

Hermann Kellermann

M, b. 1 February 1824
     He was born on 1 February 1824 at Schoneboeck, Westphalia. He is the son of Bernhard Kellermann and Anna Christina Kinneboeck.

Hermann Kellermann was baptized on 3 February 1824 at Nienberge, Westphalia.

Infant Kellermann

F, b. 17 May 1842, d. 17 May 1842
     She was born on 17 May 1842 at Schoneboeck, Westphalia. She was the daughter of Bernhard Kellermann and Anna Christina Kinneboeck.

Infant Kellermann was baptized on 17 May 1842 at Nienberge, Westphalia.

Infant Kellermann died on 17 May 1842 at Schoneboeck, Westphalia.

Jane Kellermann

F, b. 16 January 1884, d. 25 August 1952
Reference=0004.8
     She was born on 16 January 1884 at Juneau, Wisconsin, Leona Kellerman's correspondence only lists the day and month, not year.1,2,3 She was the daughter of Heinrich Eduard Franz Kellermann and Katharina Luber.

Jane Kellermann was also known as Jennie. She lived at 803 Currie Street in 1900 in Marinette, Marinette County, Wisconsin.2

The following obituary was printed in the Marinette Eagle-Star:
     Miss Kellerman Taken By Death
     Longtime Resident OF Marinette Dies
     Miss Jane Kellerman, of 803 Currie St., a Marinette resident since she was a young girl, died at 9:30 a.m. today at St. Joseph-Lloyd hospital. Her illness was of short duration.
     Born in Juneau January 20, 1876, she came to Marinette as a child. A longtime member of Our Lady of Lourdes church, she was active in the affairs of the Alter society of the church.
     The Rev. Leo Courtney will say a requiem mass in the church at 9 a.m. Wednesday and burial will be in the family plot at Forest Home cemetery. The body will remain at McLain-Thielen-Langer funeral home where it may be viewed from 2 p.m. Tuesday until 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. A parish and Altar society rosary will be recited at the mortuary at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
     Miss Kellerman is survived by a brother, Harry Kellerman of Watertown, and two sisters, Mrs. Cecelia J. Lauerman and Mrs. George Newton, both of Marinette.


     
     
     Jane Kellerman's Obituary was printed as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kellerman and Frank Kellerman and son, John, this city, and Miss Leona Kellerman, Madison, attended the funeral of Miss Jane Kellerman at Marinette Wednesday morning. Miss Kellerman, was a sister of Harry Kellerman.4

Jane Kellermann died on 25 August 1952 at Marinette at age 68.5,3 Funeral services were held on 27 August 1952 at Marinette.4

Jane Kellermann was buried at Forest Home Cemetery on 27 August 1952 at Marinette, Wisconsin.5

Citations

  1. [S89] 1900 Census Record, unknown repository address.
  2. [S177] 1900 Census record.
  3. [S278] Letter, Leona Kellerman Chesemore to Dana Kellerman.
  4. [S131] Marinette Eagle-Star.
  5. [S273] Henry Kellerman Cemetery record.

Joan Kellermann1

M, b. circa 1705
     He was born circa 1705 at Havixbeck, Westphalia.1

Joan Kellermann was also known as Johannes Kellermann.1

Dictus Arning.1

Joan Kellermann married Catherin Elisabeth Eschaus before 18 July 1727 at Havixbeck, Westphalia.1

Joan Kellermann witnessed the baptism of Joan Hennrich Erffmann on 14 April 1737 at Havixbeck, Westphalia; Additional Sponsor: Gertrud Schürmann.1

Children of Joan Kellermann and Catherin Elisabeth Eschaus

Citations

  1. [S19] Church Record, Catholic Church, Havixbeck, Westphalia, Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1590-1809.

Joan Dierck Kellermann1

M, b. before 10 September 1747
     He was born before 10 September 1747.1

Joan Dierck Kellermann married Gertrud Confus before 10 September 1747.1

Joan Dierck Kellermann witnessed the baptism of Bernhard Dierck Aussel on 15 November 1747 at Havixbeck.1

Child of Joan Dierck Kellermann and Gertrud Confus

Citations

  1. [S19] Church Record, Catholic Church, Havixbeck, Westphalia, Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1590-1809.

Joan Everin Kellermann1

M, b. circa 10 September 1747
     He was born circa 10 September 1747 at Havixbeck, Westphalia.1 He was the son of Joan Dierck Kellermann and Gertrud Confus.1

Joan Everin Kellermann was baptized on 10 September 1747 at Havixbeck, Westphalia. Sponsors: Berhard Hennrich Conoman, Anna Maria Tilbeck.1

Citations

  1. [S19] Church Record, Catholic Church, Havixbeck, Westphalia, Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1590-1809.

Joan Henrich Kellermann1

M, b. before 1738
     He was born before 1738.1

Joan Henrich Kellermann witnessed the baptism of Maria Margareta Lette on 29 September 1738 at Havixbeck, Westphalia; Additional Sponsor: Juugh Maria Philippina Hellmeyer.1

Joan Henrich Kellermann witnessed the baptism of Maria Catherin Eschaus on 10 September 1739 at Havixbeck, Westphalia.1

Joan Henrich Kellermann witnessed the baptism of Mari Clara Schmitz on 22 January 1741 at Havixbeck, Westphalia; Additional Witness: Mari Clara Humeke.1

Joan Henrich Kellermann married Maria Gertrud Eilers before 16 August 1744.1

Joan Henrich Kellermann witnessed the baptism of Joan Hennrich Bosse on 3 October 1747 at Havixbeck, Westphalia; Additional Sponsor: Catharin Elisabeth Alers.1

Joan Henrich Kellermann witnessed the baptism of Maria Elisabeth Kolck on 4 September 1753 at Havixbeck, Westphalia; Additional Sponsor: Elisabeth Nostoff.1

Joan Henrich Kellermann witnessed the baptism of Joan Hermann Anton Arning on 2 May 1757 at Havixbeck, Westphalia.1

Joan Henrich Kellermann witnessed the marriage of Johannes Bernardus Kellermann and Anna Elisabeth Middendorf on 24 November 1795 at Telgte, Westphalia; Additional Witnesses: Franz Caspar Neiteler.2,3

Children of Joan Henrich Kellermann and Maria Gertrud Eilers

Citations

  1. [S19] Church Record, Catholic Church, Havixbeck, Westphalia, Taufen/Heiraten/Tote, 1590-1809.
  2. [S8] Telgte, Germany, Kirchenbuch, 1617-1871: Book 6, p. 70a; FHL Film #0801419.
  3. [S292] Ulrike Bachmann, Bachmann Research.